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Why We Don`t Talk

Shinie Antony (compiled)

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ISBN 10: 8129116529 / ISBN 13: 9788129116529
Published by Rupa Publications India Pvt. Ltd., 2010
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This anthology, edited by Shinie Antony and with a foreword by well-known writer Shashi Deshpande, showcases the rich variety of contemporary Indian short fiction. The impressive list of contributors includes Anita Nair, Jaisree Misra, Chetan Bhagat, Susan Visvanathan, Amit Varma and many more. The stories are provocative and insightful, offering a glimpse of the exciting experiments that Indian Writing in English is undertaking in terms of style and form. They articulate the varied facets of life in clear, well-crafted voices. Printed Pages: 256. Bookseller Inventory # 28575

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Title: Why We Don`t Talk

Publisher: Rupa Publications India Pvt. Ltd.

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:New

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This anthology, edited by Shinie Antony and with a foreword by well known writer Shashi Deshpande, showcases the rich variety of contemporary Indian short fiction. The impressive list of contributors includes Anita Nair, Jaisree Misra, Chetan Bhagat, Susan Visvanathan, Amit Varma and many more. The stories are provocative and insightful, offering a glimpse of the exciting experiments that Indian Writing in English is undertaking in terms of style and form. They articulate the varied facets of life in clear, well crafted voices.

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Flinging away stereotypes, first-time author Shinie Antony has listed uterine woes with a dark and biting humour. She won a Commonwealth Broadcasting Association story writing prize in 2001 for the surreal Somewhere in Gujarat, a translated version of which appeared in the Malayala Manorama on Oct 18, 2001, and is in the present collection as Munnu. This is her first book of short stories. She worked in Kochi, Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai with The Indian Skeptic, Mid-Day, The Economic Times and The Financial Express.

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